You have trouble letting people out of your life. Even when someone is no longer bringing you happiness or any positivity.
If Father’s Day leaves you feeling lonely and reminds you of what you do not have, you are not alone. Remember who and what you do have, and know that “fathers” don’t have to be biological and they don’t have to be men.
You leaving made me question my worth. Every time someone would replace me or leave me I would consider it as a justification that I am not worth staying for.
You were my best friend, my partner in crime, and my ultimate cheerleader. I loved you despite your flaws.
Life goes on spinning while you’re standing completely still.
What society tells me should be the best times of my life will always fill my eyes with tears of both joy and sadness alike. Only a motherless daughter can understand.
When I tell a stranger about a favorite memory, I’m inviting him back to life for a moment.
They say your life will flash before your eyes. I’m here to tell you that they weren’t lying: it really will.
Don’t try to fix her. First of all, that’s not your responsibility. And secondly, she’s not a thing to fix. Grief does not mean someone is broken.
Although it took such a pivotal moment in my life for me to engage in this way of thinking, living in the present truly taught me how to accept moments for what they are and to enjoy the little things that happen day to day.